Dancefloor

PJ Dorantes By PJ Dorantes, 8th Jul 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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What a magical night to be alive! The music was truly mesmerizing...

Beautiful Night

Neon lights glow like fireflies,
Leaving everybody mesmerized,
As the beat of the music gets faster,
Making the hearts race like crazy.

The young ones want to have fun;
Just to enjoy a magical night
Filled with the raw emotion
Of living for today.

There is no use in worrying
About what tomorrow might bring.
There is only one night to be free,
Forgetting about silly prejudices.

More! More! Everybody screams,
Wanting the DJ to never stop playing
The rhythmic kind songs
That set the dance floor on fire.

The bodies are moving,
Shaking the stress away,
Just to bring a bit of happiness
To the young hearts.

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Club, Music, Night, Nightlife, Poem, Poetic Prose, Poetry, Sound, Sound Of Music, Young

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Creativity is life. I write mostly short stories

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
8th Jul 2015 (#)

Beautifully choreographed poem to read.

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author avatar PJ Dorantes
8th Jul 2015 (#)

Thank you very much!

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
8th Jul 2015 (#)

Uplifting poem bringing joy to the floor and young ones - siva

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author avatar PJ Dorantes
8th Jul 2015 (#)

As always, thanks for reading, my friend!

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author avatar GV Rama Rao
8th Jul 2015 (#)

A good poem. Thanks for sharing.

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author avatar Helen Thomas
14th Jul 2015 (#)

Beautiful poem ~ Thanks for sharing ~ purpletears.

Blessings.

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author avatar PJ Dorantes
16th Jul 2015 (#)

Thanks, Helen <3

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